Stocks rose on Monday as Amazon and Apple outperformed, but gains were kept in check amid pressure from Boeing and Facebook, while investors braced themselves for a busy week highlighted by a key Federal Reserve meeting.
European stocks were slightly higher on Monday, amid mounting speculation the U.S. Federal Reserve could sound decidedly dovish at its policy meeting later this week.
Three exchange-traded funds tracking companies tied to the rise of 5G are outpacing the S&P 500 for 2019, and experts expect more upside.
The S&P 500 has delivered an average return of 14.2 percent one year after every midterm election since World War II, according to LPL Financial Research.
Harvest Health's $850 million deal to buy fellow pot company Verano Holdings brings Harvest one step closer to having the largest cannabis retail footprint in the United States, CEO Steve White says.
Stocks kicked off 2019 with a bang, but markets will need improving economic data to make a run at last year's records.
"We're just another option. [NCAA] has ... a traditional model in place, but we don't feel that that model is equitable and fair," Historical Basketball League COO David West says.
The S&P 500 is now at the highest level since early October after breaking through key resistance levels.
The Fed's meeting is the big deal for markets in the coming week, and it is widely expected to send a message that investors could find bullish.
The $120 billion valuation the ride-hailing company is reportedly seeking would make it more valuable than 3M, 21st Century Fox and others.
The pay-to-stream model is becoming a key driver of growth in the digital music business, and audio streaming services are looking to the success stories of YouTube and Netflix to navigate their way through this changing landscape.
Investors who tried to time the market over the past three decades likely underperformed those who simply bought and held.
The star of "The Hummingbird Project" shares his biggest money mistake.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves midday Friday.
Former House Speaker John Boehner told CNBC on Friday that U.S. lawmakers are behind the times on cannabis legalization.
Bill McGlashan, charged in a sprawling college admissions fraud case, has left the private equity firm TPG. But each side is telling a different story about how he left.
The electric car has become so popular that it could cost 3 million auto industry jobs in the next three to five years, according to a prominent analyst.
On top of Chris Cox's departure, Facebook suffered its longest outage ever this week and new threats of potential regulation.
Ten years off the financial crisis bottom, the stock market pulled off a record-long bull run and scored its best decade in nearly 140 years.
Job vacancies jumped to a fresh high of 7.6 million in January as employers continue to seek qualified applicants to fill positions.